Do you have Owls as a nursery theme? Owl board books for toddlers would be a great addition to the room.
Owls symbolize wisdom and knowledge. They always looked so calm.
Many parents love them and like to give owl-themed items as gifts for occasions such as baby showers, Christmas and birthdays.
Check out these children’s books about owls. They are mainly bedtime storybooks to help unwind your kids before they settle in.
Young babies enjoy the pictures as much as preschool kids even though they don’t appreciate the storyline yet.
10 Popular Owl Board Books For Toddlers
Little Owl’s Night by Divya Srinivasan is a favorite bedtime book for a lot of toddlers. The story is about a little owl’s nighttime adventure as he flies through the sky looking at other small animals such as hedgehog, possum, raccoon, skunk, beaver, etc. who are out at night.
The high contrast art, big rounded eyes, and simple illustrations will captivate your little ones from the first page.
Though it contains advanced vocabulary (such as fluttered, gazing, rustling), the story is soothing and relaxing which makes it a perfect nighttime book.
The size of the book is good for the little ones to hold and for them to learn to turn pages.
This little owl book series is GREAT as a GIFT for all occasions!
Little Owl’s Colors continues the same soft and smooth style as Little Owl’s Night. The beautiful drawings and bright colors make it a perfect book for babies to learn about colors.
The kids will love the eye-catching color contrasts and color comparisons.
Little Owl’s 1-2-3 teaches about night time and counting from 1 to 10. If you already owned other little owl book series, you will be learning to count familiar beautifully illustrated animals.
If you want to get a good numbers book, this simple, educational, beautiful pictures could be what you are looking for. Your kids will love counting all the animals!
Latest in the Little Owl book series by Divya. Little Owl’s Day adventure is as fun as his night. Awakened by a noisy squirrel and unable to get back to his sleep, he decides to explore the forest and see the daily life of different animals (butterflies, deer, bear, etc) who are sleeping at night.
Little Owl’s Day and Night are a complimentary set as familiar animals in Little Owl’s Night also make an appearance in this book, the children will get to see what those animals do during the day.
By Chris Haughton. Little Owl Lost by his way after he falls down from his nest! A Squirrel came to help him find his mum by searching for animals that match his description of Mommy Owl. A series of not-his-mom begins.
A cute book by Jonathan Allen. Grumpy baby owl insisted that “I’m Not Sleepy”! Making funny excuses to everyone who says he is.
You can role play with your child by replacing the characters with family members names for more fun 🙂
Little Owl Says Goodnight is a Slide-and-Seek book by Emma Parrish. The slide and seek feature is interactive with a nice pre-bed story. Better suited for 18 months and above as the panels might be hard for smaller ones to pull out by themselves.
This is a sweet story of 3 owl babies missing their mommy. By Martin Waddell.
The three baby owls try to reassure themselves that their mama is going to return soon after finding her gone when they woke up. If both of you are working, it could be a great educational tool to let your child know that you will always come back from work.
I hope you like these 10 popular owl board books for toddlers. Please share this list if you found it useful. Thanks!